Rose Millspaugh

Clinical Assistant Professor, Exercise Science and Athletic Training
Phone: 607-274-3165
Office: Center for Health Sciences 317, Ithaca, NY 14850

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology: Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY (2004)
Bachelor of Science in Physical Education - Athletic Training Option & Exercise and Sport Science Concentration: University of Vermont, Burlington, VT (2002)


Anatomy & Physiology Laboratories

Past Teaching Experiences in course of Athletic Training and Kinesiology

Clinical Experiences

Lab Coordinator for Anatomy & Physiology

Past Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training and Wellness

Professional Interests
Nutrition & Sport
Lifelong Health & Fitness

Scriber, K., Gray, C., Millspaugh, R. (2010). Should Athletic Training Educators Utilize Grades When Evaluating Student Clinical Performance?  The Athletic Training Education Journal.

Millspaugh, R., DiCenso, M. & Geisler, P. (2010). Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion with Previous History of Posterior Foraminotomy: A Case Report. NATA Annual Symposium, poster presentation.  Printed in The Journal of Athletic Training Free Communications.

Student Presentations (2009-2010)
Boccio, A. & Millspaugh, R. (2010).  Challenges of Diagnosing and Managing Hip Injury in an Intercollegiate Runner: A Case Report.  Ithaca College James A. Whalen Symposium, poster presentation. 

DiCenso, M. & Millspaugh, R. (2009).  C6-C7 Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion with Previous History of Posterior Foraminatomy: A Case Report.  Ithaca College James A. Whalen Symposium, poster presentation.  

Bedard, R., Lazenby, T., Millspaugh, R. & Geisler, P. (2009). Lumbar Facet Dysfunction & the Use of Mulligan's SNAG Technique: A Case Report.  Ithaca College James A. Whalen Symposium, poster presentation.

Personal Interests
Hiking, Biking, Running, Snowshoeing, Kayaking, Gardening, Spending time with family & friends

Personal Profile
I grew up on a family run dairy farm in the small town of Candor, just 20 miles south of Ithaca, NY.  After attending high school, I moved to Vermont to complete my undergraduate studies in Physical Education and Athletic Training.  After completing my teacher education program and obtaining my NATA BOC certification, I moved back to Ithaca to attend graduate school. I received my master’s degree in the study of Exercise Physiology from Ithaca College while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Cornell University.  On completion of my graduate work, I was hired as a full-time athletic trainer at Cornell.  After two years at Division I, I chose to return to the field of education and athletic training and was hired here at Ithaca.  Since 2006, I have worked in various clinical and teaching positions in the Department of Exercise Science and Athletic Training.  I am proud to be a part of this wonderful faculty and well-known programs in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance.  

My husband and I live with our two sons in a small community outside of Ithaca, spending our time enjoying the outdoors and many activities around our home in the finger lakes region.